Is your brain riddled with so much filth, smut is practically leaking from your ear holes?
Well, there's one way to find out: Look at this drawing and tell me what you see.
Favorite Illusion Art - Can You See The Dolphins? Your kids can.
So, did you see innocent dolphins splashing around, or was the picture of a gentleman taking his lover from behind while playing with her breasts?
If it's the latter, welcome to Smutsville. Population? You, me and probably every other Millennial.
So, how do optical illusions work?
Let's get all nerdy. When we look at something, what we're seeing is light. It's converting into electrical signals that your brain turns into an image. This process takes around a 10th of a second.
That's obviously a huge amount of visual information to take on board in such a short timeframe. So, to deal with this, your brain takes shortcuts. These shortcuts are the heart of optical illusions.
Your brain takes shortcuts by using your memory to interpret shapes and objects. So, if you instantly see that couple having sex, you should probably give the porn a rest for a while.
Go have a shower or something... 'CAUSE YOU DIRTY.
Here's another one for you:
You see, at first glance, it's obvious that the long strip of green in this picture is a lake. But on closer inspection, it looks like a concrete wall.
Now, we don't know what to believe. EVERYTHING IS A LIE.
It's been – quite literally – driving people up the wall.
People claim they see a shark in this picture. I just see a big casserole of green nonsense.
IT'S NOT FUNNY, BLAKE. Leave our peepers alone.
But if you really want to see it, here's what you should do: Print out the image for best results. Hold the center of the picture up to your nose and focus for as long as you can.
Then, slowly move it away from your face. Eventually, a 3D image will be revealed. The further away you hold it, the more detail you will get.
OK, no: I'm still not getting it. Thanks for the headache.